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Restoring folders and eMails in Exchange

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How do I restore selected folders and/or eMails to a specific user's eMail account on Microsoft Exchange? I don't want to wipe out what is already in there. I have been using Microsoft Backup to archive the Exchange DB.

Thanks in advance.
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by:Delphineous Silverwing
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Usually your safest bet is to Restore to the Exchange Recovery Group and Exmerge the data from the mailbox into a PST file.  Open the PST in Outlook to selectively grab the folders or items that you want to put back into the mailbox.
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Thanks Much. I am a one man shop and have not had time to try this yet. But it looks like it might work here.

Sincerely: Phil
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